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Praise for Bonnie Greer’s previous work:

“Lyrical and painful ... a strange and mystical tale”

“Always fresh, honest and often very funny”

“Humorous, sexy and always very sharp”

Entropy just arrived and I have been reading it ever since. You are a helluva writer, Lady. As well as your keen sense of the ironies, foibles and contradictions of human lives, particularly those of Black folk, there is a wicked sense of humor underlying it all.”



•Toni Morrison for the Obama-generation

•Extensive publicity tour, including festivals, talks and signings thoughout the UK and Ireland, plus Major TV and radio campaign.

Janet Bookman Baker is trying to come to terms with her father's death and a weekend long ago when he disappeared without a word.
She sits alone at night watching the lights in her neighbour’s garden, imagining his hands on her skin and listening to a voice on the radio. Although she has never met the owner of the voice, in Janet’s mind, Anna becomes her closest friend . . .

Unaware of Janet’s existence, Anna Taylor is facing a crisis of her own. When someone starts leaving her messages, she becomes convinced the person behind them holds the key to her past as well as her future.
A mysterious 19th century photograph seems to link the two women, but as they discover the ties that bind them, they are forced to question all they know, and to ask themselves whether they are prepared to risk everything to be free.

author Bonnie Greer
ISBN No. 9780956037039
  400pp, B-format, PB
  to be published in May 2009
£ 9.99
genre fiction